Windows 10 Jump Lists: Quantity of Items, Order of Pinned Items

Quantity of Items: In Windows 7 & 8 I used Jump Lists extensively, and I had set it to display 30 items. I'm now running Windows 10 Pro 64-bit, and while I do have Jump Lists, they are limited to 12 items total (including any items I have "pinned"). Is anyone aware of how to change that setting to something higher than 12?

Back in Windows 7 you would right click on the task bar, select Properties, go to the Start Menu tab, click the Customize button, then change the setting for Number of recent items to display in Jump Lists. But in Windows 10, the Taskbar and Start Menu Properties window is different, and I can't find the Jump Lists setting anywhere.

Based on some quick research (e.g., here and here), it looks like this is a feature that went away, but I'm not willing to give up hope (yet).

Order of Pinned Items: In Windows 7 & 8 it was also possible to reorder the "pinned" items in the Jump Lists (i.e., those that would stay at the top of the Jump List regardless of whether or not they were the most recently used) by clicking and dragging them up or down. But now it looks like the only way to change the order is to pin them in the order you want them pinned. Is anyone aware of an easier way of reordering those pinned Jump List items?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
This has been moved to File Explorer Options. Go to Control Panel, File Explorer Options and ensure  both Recent and Frequent folders have been checked. Frequent folders displays up to 10 and Recent displays up to 20. In native Windows 10 , I do not think you can change the values (not that I have see). I am looking around for a setting. The default has proven adequate for me.
The jump list feature is no longer configurable as I have read in numerous forums. Neither does the registry tweak Start_JumpListItems work anymore.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@astone1 - My first answer was broadly the same as the accepted answer and you might have split points instead.
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